Moving Moments

Moving Moments : Transform your suffering into freedom

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Moving Moments explores the insights and wisdom that energy healer and intuitive coach Karen Lang has gathered since the death of her nine-year-old son in 2001.

Following on seamlessly from her first book Courage, Karen guides readers into a deeper understanding of life and death, revealing how our daily choices can lead us into either suffering or freedom. Her book challenges the reader to question life's adversities, and it offers daily practices to move us through the heavy emotions of anxiety, grief and loss.

Karen's second book explores how life is made up of precious moments. To be present for each one, we need to embrace both the joy as well as our moments of suffering and pain. The book's gentle reminders give the reader space to see that adversity can also bring healing and freedom. She shares her own experiences, analogies and the healing power of being in nature.

Moving Moments is rich in wisdom and spirituality, and delivers practical rituals that bring us closer to ourselves and to the abundance of life.

Her book inspires change and transformation, and this helps us to experience each moment fully.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 14mm | 213g
  • English
  • 0645201502
  • 9780645201505
  • 1,281,697

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Moving Moments is the second offering by Karen Lang and within its pages, the reader will again find the gift of her gentle, compassionate wisdom. Having experienced tragically losing her 9-year-old son Nathan twenty years ago, this volume will undoubtedly speak directly to the hearts and minds of those living with grief. Yet Moving Movements has lessons for us all. It provides practical guidance to support the reader in creating a quiet, still space for silence as well as nurturing a curiosity of self. With Karen's tender yet probing questions as a guide, we are asked to turn inwards and unpack our past and present motivations as well as future intentions. Moving Movements is the ultimate guide for holding an internal dialogue with Karen, equipping the reader with the background necessary for each question, while providing all the tools for any encountered scenario. Despite the universality of the grief experience, and as a community unaccustomed to interrogating same, Karen's book is for anyone needing direction to navigate the oft fraught complexity of modern living. Alyson Gundry, Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) & Graduate Certificate in Bereavement Counselling and Intervention/Paediatric Palliative Care Services/Children's Health Queensland Hospital

Moving Moments is a very personal story about the wisdom Karen has gained from facing her grief. Unlike other stories of loss, this unique book of hope offers the reader practical ways to navigate and move through the dark valleys of their suffering and up into the mountains of their potential. Karen's story is medicine for the soul and a pathway to our freedom. Illundi, Ancestral Healer, Sydney, Australia

In Moving Moments, Karen Lang shares with us both her experience of grieving the loss of her son, and the powerful, transformative lessons and tools she learned and developed as she went through her grieving and healing process. In addition, at the end of each chapter, the author provides the reader with Questions to Ask in Stillness, that is, tools for the reader to do their own introspective, emotional healing, and spiritually transformative work. There is also a chapter specifically on meditation exercises for furthering our personal growth. Moving Moments is both moving and inspirational, and I would recommend it to my spiritual counselling clients in a heartbeat. Julianne Victoria, Spiritual Counsellor & Author, California, USA

Moving Moments begins with a devastating reality. Death and grief. The name of the book itself should not be underestimated, however, because the answers to many of life's questions can be found here. Death breaks into our lives like a thief and often when we are completely unprepared. Death robs us of those we hold dear, and we feel lost when it comes to coping with its aftermath. As each page delicately reveals, Karen has a great desire to give the reader useful tools to deal with suffering. Karen not only gives the reader effective strategies for life but shares who she has become despite her devastating loss. Oana Cercel, Italy
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